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41th Amateur Championship

41th Amateur Championship

Philadelphia Cricket Club

July 29 - 31, 1953

Name

Jim McHale

Aronimink

Rumsey

Lee Rumsey

1 up

Gulph Mills

Sperry

Ed Nishnick

19 holes

Carnegie

Sperry

Dick Sperry

3 up

Old York Road

Sperry

Bill Davidson

22 holes

Carnegie

Schwarzel

Ron Schwarzel

4 & 3

Duquesne

Schwarzel

J. H. Hartman

5 & 4

Lancaster

Fetterolf

Mort Fetterolf

6 & 5

Philadelphia Cricket Club

Sperry

H. Lloyd Beyer

19 holes

Aronimink

Beyer

Joseph Totten

5 & 3

Pittsburgh Field Club

Allman

Bob Kochenour

4 & 3

York

Allman

Dick Allman

5 & 4

Philmont

Yeabsley

Larry Dana

2 up

Greensburg

Yeabsley

Bob Yeabsley

Default

Philadelphia Cricket Club

Yeabsley

Duane Davis

2 up

Kahkwa

Bilheimer

Harold Bilheimer

1 up

Brookside

Sperry

2 & 1

Jacques Houdry

Merion

Houdry

Lincoln Roden III

1 up

Huntingdon Valley

Houdry

Dick Bergoon

3 & 2

Carnegie

Ducceshi

Roger Ducceshci

2 & 1

Chester Valley

Kiesling

Bob Kiesling

19 holes

Huntingdon Valley

Kiesling

Don McClelland

8 & 6

Shannopin

Kiesling

Tony Yuska

3 & 2

Carnegie

Yuska

Bob Wilson

2 & 1

Pittsburgh Field Club

Kiesling

J.T. Breneman

5 & 4

Lancaster

Breneman

Dave McCahill

1 up

Pittsburgh Field Club

Holtzman

Tony Holtzman

2 & 1

Hershey

Holtzman

Howard Rexford

1 up

Llanerch

Henrickson

Eli Thomas

6 & 5

Carnegie

Wheeling

Tom Wheeling

Default

Champion

Sunnehanna

Hendrickson

James D. Sykes

Frank Kelly

4 & 3

3 & 2

Pittsburgh Field Club

Hendrickson

Jack Hendrickson

3 & 1

Philadelphia Cricket Club

H. H. Haverstick

Haverstick

Lancaster

4 & 2

Pat McDonough

Vare

Pittsburgh Field Club

3 & 1

Ben Marshall

Vare

Irem Temple

5 & 3

Ned Vare

Bates

Philadelphia

5 & 3

Guy Bates

Bates

Merion

3 & 2

Ralph Hunsicker

Bates

Saucon Valley

1 up

Henry McQinton

McQuinton

Chester Valley

Default

Irving Simon

Bates

Schenley Park

5 & 4

Fred Brand

Brand

Pittsburgh Field Club

4 & 3

Don Weiland

Brand

Phoenixville

4 & 3

Bob Donas

Cassel

Huntingdon Valley

1 up

Lynn Cassel

Steinman

Plymouth

20 holes

Bob Steward

Steward

Manufacturers

2 & 1

Molcolm Wister

Steinman

Gulph Mills

1 up

Wes Steinman

Steinman

White Manor

Default

Dick Chasa

Brackenridge Heights

Sykes

1 up

Pete Jordan

Jordan

Chartiers

4 & 2

Donal Briceland

Totten

Oakmont

4 & 3

F. X. Totten

Totten

Pittsburgh Field Club

4 & 3

Jack Binswanger

Signorella

North Hills

21 holes

Joe Factor

Factor

Brackenridge Heights

5 & 4

Andy Davis

Signorella

Merion

3 & 2

Joe Signorella

Signorella

Brackenridge Heights

3 & 2

Walter Groff

Sykes

Lu Lu

3 & 2

Clyde Oskin

Oskin

Saucon Valley

3 & 1

Allen Sussel

Oskin

White Manor

5 & 3

Wally Williams

Williams

Sunnehanna

6 & 4

Bob Zimmerman

Sykes

Pittsburgh Field Club

2 up

George Rowbotham

Roebotham

Aronimink

8 & 7

Peter Costello

Sykes

Philadelphia Cricket Club

20 holes

James D. Sykes

Sykes

Old York Road

3 & 2

Al Drake

Plymouth

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